Would you hesitate dating an atheist solely because of his religious views? would you try and change their views?
I'd like a little explanation too.
Would you allow them to choose later and have them believe in god now or would you let the children start questioning things at a young age?
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I think it's a matter of recognising that some people may not be on the same wave length as others in regards to religion and spirituality yet still respecting them none the less because having different beliefs is totally OK
For me religion has no influence on my decision to date or not to date a person - so long as I don't feel like that persons views are being strongly imposed upon me.
Sure I could talk to a person all through the night about them either being an atheist or theist. We could share opinions and learn a lot about whatever topic takes off. But should that person ever throw ANY other religion under the bus simply because it doesn't coincide with their own or make it too well known how anti atheist or what have you they are - that person no longer has my ear... just saying :)...
Regardless - the value of the 'person' to me is first and foremost. Everything else is secondary :)...xX